Who would you pick?

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  1. Grid

    Grid Hall of Fame

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    using this mock, who would you pick?

    here are the rules. You can only pick players that are at your draft pick or lower. What that means is.. at #13 I can pick the player listed at #13 or any player below that.. but none of the ones above that. Same with every other pick we have.

    here is the mock.

    http://www.thehuddlereport.com/DM2-18.htm

    here are my picks

    TEXANS

    1(#13). Justin Miller (CB)
    2(#47). Louis Castillo (DT)
    3(#73). Eric Shelton (RB)
    3b(#78). Jason Brown (OC)
    4(#108). Rob Petitti (OT)
    5(#142). Boomer Grigsby (LB)
    6(#173). Sione Pouha (DT)
    7.(#204). Gerald Sensabaugh (S)
    7b(#206). Steve Fleming (TE)

    I would wet myself if our draft went this way.
     
  2. RiotCommander

    RiotCommander All Pro

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    1.) Alex Barron
    2.) David Baas
    3a.) Roscoe Parrish
    3b.) Ronald Bartell

    Just wanted to show my day one picks. Rather happy with the first three, Addressing two of the OL spots, and a good WR prospect.
     
  3. ledzeppelin229

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    1(#13) Marcus Spears (DE)
    2(#47) David Baas (C/G)
    3(#73) Attiyah Ellison (DT)
    3(#78) Rian Wallace (LB)
    4(#108) Brandon Jacobs (RB)
    5(#142) Travis Daniels (CB)
    6(#173) Vince Carter (C)
    7(#204) Jim Leonhard (S)
    7(#206) Stefan Lefors (QB)
     
  4. ColdSteelBlue

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    1. (13) Shawn Merriman -OLB- Maryland
    2. (47) Chris Canty- DE-Virgina
    3a (73) Eric Shelton- RB- Louisville
    3b (78) Ronald Bartell- CB- Howard
    4. (108) Chris Spencer -C/G- Missisipi
    5. (142) Boomer Grigsby- ILB- Ill. St.
    6. (173) Jerome Mathis- WR- Hampton
    7a (204) Alex Holmes- TE- Stanford
    7b (206) Jim Leonhard -S- Wisconsin
     
  5. texman8

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    1. Shaun Cody - DT
    2. David Baas -OG/C
    3. Eric Shelton -RB
    3. Ronald Bartell -CB
    4. JR Russell -WR
    5. Boomer Grisby -LB
     
  6. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    CB Adam Jones
    C/G David Baas
    LB Demarcus Ware
    OT Wesley Britt
    RB Cedric Houston
    DT Sione Pouha
    QB Walter Washington
     
  7. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    :thumbup here we go again

    1. Carlos Rogers
    2 Luis Castillo
    3 Chris Spencer
    3 Vincent Jackson
    4 Boomer Grigsby ( I like the name )
     
  8. infantrycak

    infantrycak Mod. Staff Member

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    Interesting concept for the thread:

    1. (13) Adam Jones -CB- West Virginia
    2. (47) David Baas- OC/G- Michigan
    3a (73) Kevin Everett- TE- Miami
    3b (78) Atiyyah Ellison - DT- Missouri
    4. (108) Robert McCune -ILB- Louisville
    5. (142) Brandon Jacobs- RB- Southern Ill.
    6. (173) Jerome Mathis- WR- Hampton
    7a (204) Matthew Tant- FB- Vanderbilt
    7b (206) Kerry Rhodes- S- Louisville
     


  9. beerlover

    beerlover Site Contributor

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    once again I think this would give the Texans three starters as rookies, with good talent to develop @ LB, DB, DL & OL :cool:

    1(#13). Marcus Spears (DT) LSU
    2(#47). David Baas (C) Michigan
    3(#73). Kevin Everett (TE) Miami
    3b(#78). Ronald Bartell (CB) Howard
    4(#108). Michael Boley (LB) Southern Miss
    5(#142). Boomer Grigsby (LB) Illinois State
    6(#173). Sione Pouha (DT) Utah
    7.(#204). Gerald Sensabaugh (S) North Carolina
    7b(#206). Trai Essex (OT) Northwestern
     
  10. Beastlyman2003

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    1 Marcus Spears(DE)
    2 Elton Brown(G)
    3 Kevin Burnett(MLB)
    3 Matt Jones(TE)
    4 Richie Incognito(T)
    5 Fabian Washington(CB)
    6 Stanford Routt(CB)
    7 Maurice Clarett(RB)
    7 A QB cuz we all know CC is gonna draft someone whos been injured or a QB.

    WISHFUL THINKING :thumbup
     
  11. cadahnic

    cadahnic All Pro

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    1.Derrick Johnson OLB- Might not fall to us but is a easy upgrade over Kailee Wong or Jason Babin. If he does not fall take the best overall Corner on the board.
    2. Daryl Blackstock OLB- A pure pass rusher in the mold of Dwight Freeny. He will be a stud in the league and he is also young.
    3a. Jerome Mathis WR- The fastest receiver in the draft and also is 6'01".
    3b. Matt Jones WR/QB- 6'6" 240 and runs a 4.4 40yd dash and can catch. Enough Said.
    4.Adam Terry OL- Nice offensive lineman who could step in and provide depth. Hopefully the Texans get Kareem McKenzie in free agency.
    5-7 best overall player on the board hopefully a couple of OLs and some CBs
     
  12. Lucky

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    It's cheating in a way since you can look down & see who's available in the next round. I admit that I cheated.

    1. (13) Travis Johnson DT FSU
    2. (47) David Baas G Michigan
    3a (73) Roscoe Parrish WR Miami
    3b (78) Wesley Britt T Alabama
    4. (108) Kirk Morrison MLB San Diego State
    5. (142) Cedric Houston RB Tennessee
    6. (173) Adam Bergen TE Lehigh
    7a (204) Stanford Routt CB Houston
    7b (206) Adrian McPherson QB Indiana (AFL) - Do the Texans really have this pick?
     
  13. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    :woot Is this a wish list or who do you think will be there . Cuz I made a who I thought would be there list .
     
  14. texasguy346

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    Here's my picks:

    Marcus Spears DE LSU
    David Baas C Michigan
    Kay-Jay Harris RB West Virginia
    Vincent Jackson WR Northern Colorado
    Evan Mathis OG Alabama
    Boomer Grigsby MLB Illinois St
    Sione Pouha DT Utah
    Alex Holmes TE Stanford
    Derrick Johnson CB Washington
     
  15. WildBlackBear32

    WildBlackBear32 All Pro

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    1.Barron
    2.Baas
    3a.Kevin Everett
    3b.Ben Wilkerson
    4.Jamaal Brimmer
    5.Johnaton Clinkscale
    6.Sione Pouha
    7a.Alex Holmes
    7b.Derrick Johnson (CB)
     
  16. DBLR1

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    YEP! Me too!
     
  17. V Man

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    1. Adam "Pac-Man" Jones- CB
    2. David Bass- Center
    3. Kevin Everett- TE
    3. Atiyyah Ellison- DT
    4. Jamaal Brimmer- S
    5. Boomer Grigsby- LB
    6. Jerome Mathis- WR
    7. Derrick Johnson- CB
    7. John Dunn- OT
     
  18. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    I think everyone is using the mock in the first post to make a selection based on who went before our pick. That is what I did. No way Cedrick Houston falls that far, and I had Temple QB Walter Washington on my College fantasy team. Dude was the ENTIRE team and was a dynamic running QB with great size. He's my Casserly project QB of the draft.
    :cool:
     
  19. Blake

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    #13 - Alex Barron, OT, Florida St.
    *I dont like Wand, and I dont think I ever will.

    #47 - Chris Canty, DE, Virginia
    Good size, will push Smith inside to NT.

    #73 - Kevin Everett, TE, Miami
    *Will Bennie play this year?

    #78 - Rian Wallace, LB, Temple
    *Good player on a bad team, and a great value in the 3rd.

    #108 - Chris Spencer, C, Mississippi
    *Get some help on the interior.

    #142 - Cedric Houston, RB, Tennessee
    *What can I say? I like this kid.

    #173 - Jerome Mathis, WR, Hampton
    *Ran a 4.31, 40. Sounds good to me in the 6th.

    #204 - Adrian McPherson, QB, Nashville Kats (AFL)
    *Whats a Texans Draft without a chance QB in the 7th?
     
  20. wags

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    Adam Jones (CB) :yap
    David Baas (OG) :whoohoo:
    Eric Shelton (RB)
    Wesley Britt (OT)
    Jonathan Goddard (OLB) :thumbup
    Dom Foxworth (CB)
    Jerome Mathis (WR)
    Alex Holmes (TE)
    Ryan Fitzpatrick (QB)
     

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